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What You Need to Know about the Cloud agenda at Pulse: keynotes, breakout sessions, expo theaters and more
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2012 is the year of Cloud Computing at Pulse. That means that IBM has defined Pulse as the most essential Cloud-focused event for 2012 in every industry for professionals in roles ranging from:
IT VP/Director/Manager, Service Architect, Systems Administrator, Storage Manager, Data Center Manager, to Business Transformation Managers, and
Network Managers, Network Operations Center (NOC) Managers, Operational Support Systems Personnel, Desktop and Mobile Systems, to Endpoint/Desktop Managers and Directors and
Chief Information Officers, Security Officers, Director / Manager of Security Operations, Security Analyst, to Security Administrators.
Cloud keynotes and breakout sessions at Pulse will reveal that Cloud is significantly downsizing the barriers to new technology applications, making them as equally available to small businesses and individuals as governments and large enterprises.
From the end user perspective, nobody knows how Cloud does this.
And that is the point.
Cloud provides the end user a simple and elegant interface to a vast IT infrastructure. Understanding its complexity is not required in order to realize its financial benefits. Possibly the most impacting benefit of cloud applications is enabling organizations to expand investment in delivering new services instead of just maintaining the existing infrastructure.
Learn what you need to know about the cloud this year the first week in March at Pulse 2012. You can browse this sample Cloud @ Pulse agenda I built in less than 30 seconds or build your own.